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If the department has good cause to believe that a licensed driver is incompetent or otherwise not qualified to be licensed, it may upon written notice of at least 10 days to the licensee require the licensee to submit to an examination. Upon conclusion of the examination, the department shall take action as may be appropriate and may cancel the license of the person, or may issue a restricted license under AS 28.15.121, or restrict the type or class of vehicles that the person may drive. If the licensee refuses or neglects to submit to examination, the department may suspend the driver's license until the licensee complies with the requirements of re-examination.
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